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    The people of South Australia must be thrice blessed just now in the matter of public lecturers. The famous war correspondent, Mr. Archibald Forbes, is reaping a rich ...

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  3. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

    The discontent prevailing among the police force at Limerick and elsewhere has extended to Dublin. Numerously attended meetings were held a few days ago, at which many ...

    Article : 339 words
  4. AMUSEMENTS.

    A new season began at the Gaiety on Saturday evening last, under the lesseeship of Mr. L. M. Bayless, in conjunction with Mr. Reynolds. When Mr. Bayless some months since left for America, he ...

    Article : 1,133 words
  5. THE WAR IN EGYPT.

    Military operations are at a standstill. Sit Garnet Wolseley has returned to Ismailia to complete transport arrangements, and no further advance will be attempted until his object has ...

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  6. EXTENSIVE FIRE AT MITCHELL AND CO.'S, ERSKINE-STREET.

    Early yesterday morning, before daybreak, dense smoke was observed rising from the back of the large grocery warehouse of Messrs. David Mitchell and Co., 153 Clarence-street. The alarm ...

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  7. SPORTING.

    "Hardly ever," if one may be permitted to use that " Pinaforeism," has the Spring gathering of our metropolitan club opened more auspiciously than it did on Saturday, and rarely within our ...

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  8. THE ALEXANDRIA CONTINGENT.

    The Highland Brigade and four battalions, which left here a few days ago, have arrived at Ismailia, and at once proceed to the front. September 3. ...

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  9. CRUISE OF H.M.S. DIAMOND.

    Yesterday morning H.M.S. Diamond returned to port, having been engaged cruising among the South Sea Islands for some time past. After the various rumours which have recently been ...

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  10. MACCABE AT THE MASONIC HALL.

    After an absence of some months in the adjoining colonies and the provinces, Mr. Frederic Maccabe has returned to Sydney, and on Saturday night commenced his farewell season in Australia ...

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  11. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN.

    Owing to heavy and continuous rain, the match began at Tunbridge yesterday between the Australians and a united eleven of England could not be resumed to-day. ...

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  12. THE TURCO-GREEK IMBROGLIO

    Endeavours have been made to effect a compromise between the Turks and the Greeks in regard to the disputed territory in Thessaly. Proposals were made by the former with the ...

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  13. INTERCOLONIAL NEWS.

    On Friday night, Mr. James Fletcher, M.P., entertained nearly 200 friends at a ball in the City Hall. Mr. Angus Cameron, M.P., was present, and there were several other guests from Sydney. ...

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  14. RELAPSE OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.

    A bulletin has been issued by the medical attendants on Dr. Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury, stating his illness from congestion of the lungs has again assumed a serious phase, and ...

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  15. VICTORIA.

    The Geelong Football Club defeated the Essendon to-day by two goals to nil, thus gaining the position of the premier club of the season. The match between the Melbournes and Carltons ...

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  16. EGYPTIAN QUARANTINE REGULATIONS.

    The Egyptian Ministry, without consulting the British authorities, have issued orders for quarantining all vessels arriving from Bombay, on the ground that sickness is prevalent in ...

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  17. SERIOUS GAS EXPLOSION.

    Four men, named Yven Tronmorc, Charles Wilson, Alfred Wilson, and E. M'Donald were admitted into the Infirmary yesterday, suffering from injuries received during an explosion of gas. It appears ...

    Article : 165 words
  18. THE WOOL SALES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 37 words
  19. LIGHTS O' LONDON AT THE ROYAL.

    The success of the production for the first time in Australia of Mr. George R. Sims' "Lights o' London," as predicted by those who witnessed its rehearsal at the Theatre Royal during the past ...

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  20. QUEENSLAND.

    The barque Stracathro has arrived with 375 immigrants. The receipts of the National Association show £900. ...

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  21. ENGLISH MAIL NEWS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 39 words
  22. BRAVERY DESERVING RECOGNITION.

    Sir,--If a man risks his life to save another from drowning, he is awarded a silver medal in recognition of his brave act, but no matter what is done on land no notice is taken of it. ...

    Article : 217 words
  23. BALMAIN ROWING CLUB BALL.

    The Balmain Rowing Club, which has only recently been formed, gave their first annual ball on Friday night last, in the Balmain School of Arts, which was rendered beautiful for the ...

    Article : 509 words
  24. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 152 words
  25. FATAL QUARREL AT WILSON'S DOWNFALL (Q).

    A fatal fracas occurred at Stanthorpe on Friday, during a dispute between a man named Allison and another man at Palmer's Hotel, Wilson's Downfall. Palmer, the landlord, interfered to ...

    Article : 53 words
  26. MINING INTELLIGENCE.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 238 words
  27. FIRE AT LEICHHARDT.

    About half-past 11 o'clock on Saturday night, a fire broke out on the premises of Mr. Lee, a dealer, residing at Stiles-street, Leichhardt. The house was constructed of weatherboard, having a shingle ...

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  28. LAW NOTICES.--This Day.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 253 words
  29. NEW INSOLVENTS.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 78 words
  30. Advertising

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